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26feb9:00 am5:00 pmMarie T. Cochran: Notes of an Affrilachian Daughter in the Time of COVID-19

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Marie T. Cochran: Notes of an Affrilachian Daughter in the Time of COVID-19

Dates: Feb 25 – Mar 25

Museum hours: Monday – Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Location: Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art (MSMA), 567 Georgia St., Demorest, GA 30535

Born in Toccoa, Georgia, Cochran is an artist, curator, writer, and educator. Her work highlights the historic and contemporary contributions of African Americans to Appalachian culture. In 2011, she developed the Affrilachian Art Project, using a term developed by Frank X Walker. In conjunction with her exhibition at the MSMA, Cochran will be featured as the keynote speaker for the 2021 Lillian E. Smith Center’s bi-annual symposium on the Demorest campus.

For more information: 706-894-4201, 706-778-8500 x1011, Piedmont College – MSMA

 

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